Here’s our guide to at-home practice aids and nets, perfect for getting in a little practice when you can’t get to the course (or between Zoom meetings). Whether you have a ton of outdoor space or you’re in an apartment, we have something to keep your skills sharp.
Golf Practice Balls
If you’re going to be practicing indoors, you may want to invest in some of these dense foam practice balls. They’re dimpled to mimic the trajectory of real balls and the dense foam has a little weight to it. Unlike real balls, they won’t damage your home or hurt kids or pets if they happen to walk into your shot!
Golf Driving Nets for the Backyard
You may not be able to go to the course or driving range, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get some drives in.
Go big and stay home with the Izzo Golf giant net. This net comes in three sizes: 12′ x 10′, 10′ x 8′ & 8′ x 7′. Since it’s so big, you can practice pretty much any shot with it. And when you’re done, it folds up into a case for storage.
Change up the view with this net! At 7.5′ x 7.5′ x 1′, it’s perfect for outdoor use, or indoors in a large room or garage.
Golf Chipping Nets
Keep your short game on point with these nets.
At-Home Putting Practice Aids
It might be hard to practice putting in your yard, so take these inside and keep working on that short game.
A putting mirror helps you get your putter face alignment and your eye position right before you make the putt. It comes with a carrying bag to keep it safe.
This putting mat is made of crystal velvet so it rolls like a putting green. It also rolls up for easy storage and turns any surface into a makeshift green! Set it up in your office for a little break between Zoom calls or set it up on the back patio for some afternoon practice.
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